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Beth J (Sanctuary Belize Review)
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This is a beautiful home in Fountain Hills, Arizona

Fountain Hills, Arizona gets its name from the astounding concrete water lily fountain in the town center that can power a stream of water 560 feet skyward. This town is the essence of the word picturesque where there are few streetlights to inhibit the brilliant starlit evening skies. Fountain Hills has a population of approximately 22,500 very satisfied people thriving in a community that resonates with vigorous enjoyment. The inherent beauty of Fountain Hills is a treasured part of its livability. Everywhere you turn there are astonishing vistas with the desert landscape offering a splendid range of recreational pastimes. Fountain Hills is home to the most demanding yet scenic golf courses found anywhere in Arizona State.

When you take a tour of Fountain Hills, you will frequently notice the public art proudly on display at public centers and noticeably exhibited around town. The theme of this art is community oriented featuring bronze and metal sculptures, paintings, photography and stone pieces. There are eight water fountains on the appropriately named Avenue of the Fountains - these being the start of the growing municipal art menagerie. This is an art town and each year the Local Art Fair and the Fountain Hills Great Fair turn the community into one large open-air art gallery with the Great Fair also hosting a carnival. Be sure to join in an Art Walk tour through the streets.

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On August 3rd 1914, Germany declared war on France. The following day it declared war on Belgium after it refused German troops permission to cross its borders and attack its neighbor. Learn more about the Summer of 1914 and the beginning of one of the deadliest conflicts in human history. Follow this link to the exhibit Home Before the Leaves Fall curated by the National World War I Museum: https://goo.gl/QDH4ON   #wwi   #thegreatwar   #firstworldwar   #thisdayinhistory  
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